Entering today's game versus the Bears, quarterback Matthew Stafford held the NFL's longest streak of passes without an interception. In the first half versus Chicago, however, that came to an end.
Stafford threw two interceptions to the Bears defense, but Chicago was unable to convert either of them into points.
There's been little offensive production so far for the Bears, which is on par with how the majority of the season has gone. Jimmy Clausen has been average, but it is worth noting the Bears have had four dropped passes in the first half alone. He seems to be keying on Alshon Jeffery most pass plays, so the coaching staff will need to address that during halftime.
So far, the Bears are struggling, but it's not an embarrassment... So there's that. We're six quarters away from the coaching staff getting the boot. Go Bears.
This is your 3rd Quarter Open Thread... Have fun!